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Author Bigge, June L.

Title Curriculum, assessment, and instruction for students with disabilities / June Lee Bigge, Colleen Shea Stump with Michael Edward Spagna, Rosanne K. Silberman.

Published Belmont, CA : Wadsworth Pub., [1999]


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bund  371.90973 BIGG {Bund81 20190820}    AVAILABLE
Physical description xix, 492 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
Series The Wadsworth special educator series.
Wadsworth special educator series.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 466-480) and index.
Contents Ch. 1. Special Education Foundations -- Sect. 1. Curriculum. Ch. 2. Goals, Outcomes, and Standards. Ch. 3. General Education Curriculum with and without Modifications. Ch. 4. Life Skills Curriculum. Ch. 5. Curriculum in Modified Means of Communication and Performance -- Sect. 2. Assessment. Ch. 6. Purposes of Assessment: Part I. Ch. 7. Purposes of Assessment: Part II. Ch. 8. Assessment Methods and Tools. Ch. 9. Making Sense of Assessment Results. Ch. 10. Writing IEP Goals, Benchmarks, and Objectives -- Sect. 3. Instruction. Ch. 11. Creating a Context for Learning. Ch. 12. Providing Quality Instruction through Planning. Ch. 13. Selecting Instructional Activities. Ch. 14. Teaching Mathematics. Ch. 15. Emergent Literacy. Ch. 16. Supporting Continued Literacy Development. Ch. 17. Teaching Learning Strategies, Study Skills, and Life Skills. Ch. 18. Technology in the Interactive Curriculum / Vicki Casella and Loretta Giorcelli. Ch. 19. Application Activities Organized by Chapter.
Summary "From curriculum selection and preparation to assessment and instruction, this book offers complete guidance in designing and implementing meaningful programs for K-12 students with disabilities. Whether the preservice focus is special or general education, June Lee Bigge, Colleen Shea Stump, and colleagues help you provide a rich and engaging learning environment for students with disabilities."--BOOK JACKET. "Throughout, the authors utilize multiple examples of a range of disabilities to illustrate ideas and issues. The result is a better understanding of the unique needs of individual learners, rather than categorizing and labeling them into general disability groups."--BOOK JACKET.
Other author Stump, Colleen Shea.
Subject Children with disabilities -- Education -- Curricula -- United States.
Educational tests and measurements -- United States.
Special education -- United States.
ISBN 0534167705 (alk. paper)